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Obviously they're a different breed than right thinking chads like you and I so it's okay to just fuck em up for this

Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games (RPGs) Discussion / Re: Detect Evil
« on: April 09, 2021, 06:05:22 PM »

I imagine for 99.9%* of players, the standard alignment descriptions put forth in the rulebooks handle 99.9%* of the cases.

*Numbers pulled out of my ass.

God I wish but thanks to the meta-discussion around alignments all the real BIG THINK quandaries show up in games more often than they oughtta. Gotta make sure orc babies and starving kids stealing bread and trolley problems show up everywhere all the time so we can sort this alignment business out.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Covid, the "lockdowns" etc.
« on: April 09, 2021, 05:52:17 PM »
You fucking sheep amuse me.
Everybody's got their kinks, but voyeuristic bestiality is exactly what I imagined would amuse Brad.

I vaguely remember Brad being less stupid than this, what happened
The issue is likely your memory; Brad has always been this stupid.

Fuck. Time to wither away.

How much of the market right now that isn't D&D  is cottage-industry devs swapping money back and forth between each other's pages? I wanna say at least 40%.

I think RPG books are quite famous for being cheap!

I think 'serious' wargames take the attitude that you're paying for the rules not the presentation, so shorter is better. Not sure how viable this model is in the Internet age, though.

For sure that's still true about RPGs long-term; short-term depends on are you a hoarder collector or not and how much you need for up-front buy. Def beats wargames as minis costs accrue.


"Yeah that's what I fucking thought." About what? What does that have to do with guns, scopes, or politics about guns?

Semper Fidelis,


This dude is a faggot troll. Add him to the ignore list.

Brad will die happy and fulfilled after a long life without STDs, while we're telling lies.


Do you have any links to the raw data?
Because I doubt that the site you are citing is unbiased and without an agenda.

Also biased based on collection method.

Like you I support the rights of marginalized groups to arm themselves in self-defense against oppressive forces!

So a good scope for a Kar98k, suggestions?

Yeah that's what I fucking thought.

I'm still using iron sights because I haven't bought a scope yet. Anything that would fit on an older rifle?

Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games (RPGs) Discussion / Re: Detect Evil
« on: April 09, 2021, 02:37:50 PM »
Sure there is. Pick a morality system, and run with it. It doesn't matter if the DM or players agree with it, just that it's treated consistently within the setting.

The reason a lot of internet debates about alignment become impassable morasses is because the people involved start arguing about their own personal definitions of good and evil. Which is at the core of everyone's identity, so naturally discussions become heated and nobody is willing to budge.

I find picking a morality system that's clearly at odds with modern belief systems works best. The cognitive dissonance between what players believe in own personal lives and the belief system in the game prevents them from conflating their own personal morality with the definitions of good and evil in the game.

These are some good things to say, like fuck, half the time it's down to people getting twisted because they can't cope with the unreality of the moral code. The unreality's the fucking fun part! Do an activism or a march or whatever if you just wanna embody your own morality somewhere.

Shark, just remember that the best part about inalienable rights is that any government that tries to limit them or take them away is, by definition, a tyrannical one, and thus should be replaced. These gun-grabbing communists are not going to like what's coming their way if they continue down this path.


Yeah, you are quite right, my friend! I've told my friends, it ultimately doesn't matter what the government does. I'm not a criminal today--but tomorrow, by the stroke of a pen, I'm suddenly considered a criminal? How is this justice prevailing in the land?

I'm keeping all my guns. I'm keeping all my ammunition, and gear. I'm not signing anything; I'm not going to register a goddamned thing, beyond what I have already by long-standing law abided by; I'm not paying a nickel for extra fees or fines, for a fucking thing. They want line in the fucking sand, that's it. They can all burn in hell, and yeah, I don't care if I get blazed for it. So be it. The country has to stand up against the tyranny.

Fortunately, where I live, it isn't something I have to reasonably expect, because everyone around me are patriots and pro-guns. I have several neighbors that are law enforcement, and they would never enforce tyranny. Woe to the patriots that live in cock-sucking, Liberal Marxist areas! YOU get to be forced on your knees and fucked in the ass as the Liberals gleefully turn you into a cowering, unarmed slave.

All the while you know, the nice folks down in the ghetto, well, they are certainly armed. THEY don't give a fuck about what the law says, now do they?

Stand against the fucking tyranny with every bit of strength we have! God, these cock-sucking Marxists are such filthy, diseased rats! Always scheming and whispering in their plots to make everyone slaves!

Semper Fidelis,


Who are the nice folk in the ghetto, shark. Could you describe them to me.

I am grabbing guns to use them against people who are trying to stop theirs from being grabbed and wanna see what comes our way because win/lose at least it'll be fuckin settled. Suit up and shoot up or shut the fuck up.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Covid, the "lockdowns" etc.
« on: April 09, 2021, 02:11:23 PM »

Yeah, this seems really neat. Good plan taking experimental vaccines, guys.
The 18 at one site seems high, but 14 of those were minor, and 4.5 million have received the J&J vaccine, so it'd probably just a random cluster. And unlike AstraZeneca's rare and weird blood clot problem, those are typical and expected reactions.

18 outta 2300 is less than 99% and 99% is the number at which people are not supposed to give a shit about things so it's cool.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Covid, the "lockdowns" etc.
« on: April 09, 2021, 02:06:29 PM »
You fucking sheep amuse me.
Everybody's got their kinks, but voyeuristic bestiality is exactly what I imagined would amuse Brad.

I vaguely remember Brad being less stupid than this, what happened

The physical presence of other players busts my immersion and the separation of IC and OOC into different channels means I can ignore all the goofy memeing. And I am free of looking at the average gamer face.
The best argument in favor of mask mandates!

Imagine a world free of bloatees.

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